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September 19, 1997 | Special to The Times
Water officials say the crowds using Aliso Beach next summer will be swimming in cleaner waters after the approval this week of a plan to divert polluted runoff about a mile out to sea. Under the project approved by the California Water Quality Control Board, drainage from Aliso Creek will no longer be deposited into the waters just off the popular South Laguna beach during summer months.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 19, 1997 | Special to The Times
Water officials say the crowds using Aliso Beach next summer will be swimming in cleaner waters after the approval this week of a plan to divert polluted runoff about a mile out to sea. Under the project approved by the California Water Quality Control Board, drainage from Aliso Creek will no longer be deposited into the waters just off the popular South Laguna beach during summer months.
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BOOKS
May 3, 1992
We're writing a book about the days of live television (1947-60), entitled "The Art of Television: We Made It Up as We Went Along." We want stories from all those who turned spur-of-the-second bright ideas into state-of-the-art technology and/or memorable moments worth recording for posterity. We'd like to hear from technicians, actors, directors, writers, etc. Written and audiotaped submissions accepted. Call or write for contributors' guidelines: MIKE KANE, 21627 Ocean Vista Drive, South Laguna, CA 92677.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 14, 1991 | SHANNON SANDS
* Pat McFarland, 52 Occupation: Full-time volunteer Oraganization: Human Options, program for abused women, and other community organizations Address: Human Options, P.O. Box 9445, South Laguna, CA 92677. (714) 497-5620 Charity work has been an integral part of Pat McFarland's life since her childhood in Pennsylvania, where she learned from her mother's example. "I was raised by a very loving mother who spent most of her time doing volunteer work," said McFarland, 52.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 2, 1997 | MIKE BOEHM
And no dogs, either. On his third album as a front man, the former Stray Cats bassist has grown immensely. "No Cats" struts a full album's worth of first-rate stuff, all of it beautifully played, deeply felt and winningly roots-based but pop-savvy. Rocker's two credible but unspectacular albums with his mid-'90s trio, Big Blue, now seem like warmups for this main event.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 16, 1997 | MIKE BOEHM
Greetings from Laguna, where the outside world has yet to discover a wealth of aging baby-boom musical talent nestled between the waves and the overlooking heights. Will Brady, 52, is part of the alumni association of Honk, the Laguna Beach folk-rock-soul band that had a brief national shot during the mid-'70s.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 22, 1994 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Today's menu of local album releases includes Will Brady's one-man acoustic blues effort; "Homespun: A Collection of Fullerton Artists," a collaborative project involving five bands and three poets; and a recording of the blues-rock Rhythm Lords. Ratings range from * (poor) to **** (excellent). Three stars denote a solid recommendation.
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